||American Masters CD (2007) |
BILL RUNGE CD discography Bill has been a successful performer, composer, and arranger for over 30 years. A multi-instrumentalist, he has performed and recorded on saxophones, flutes, clarinets, electric bass, piano and other keyboards, guitar, pennywhistle, and accordion. In 1990 his quintet, "The Creatures of Habit" ...
||Acid Test CD (2007) |
BILL RUNGE albums Bill has been a successful performer, composer, and arranger for over 30 years. A multi-instrumentalist, he has performed and recorded on saxophones, flutes, clarinets, electric bass, piano and other keyboards, guitar, pennywhistle, and accordion. In 1990 his quintet, "The Creatures of Habit" ...
||Is CD (2012) |
BILL RUNGE songs Recording information: Armoury Studios, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Dreamcrusher Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Fadermaster Studios, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Hipposonic Studios, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Metalworks Studios, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
Editors: Elisa Pangsaeng; Dave Mohacsi; Rob Stefansson.
Photographers: Justin Tyler Close; Wayne Webb.
Personnel: David Beckingham (vocals, guitar, ...
||Is CD (2012) |
BILL RUNGE music CDs
||Best of the Good Brothers: Live CD (1980) |
BILL RUNGE albums The Good Brothers (Rock): Bruce Good (fiddle); Larry Good, Brian Good.
Personnel: Brian Good (vocals, acoustic guitar); Bruce Good (vocals, dobro, autoharp); Larry Good (vocals, banjo); Danny McBride, Red Shea (electric guitar); Bob Windgrove, Al Gain (steel guitar); Carl Kees (fiddle); Wayne Kozak ...
||Blue Shadows CD (1997) |
BILL RUNGE CD discography Recording information: Blue Wave Studios, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (1981).
Photographer: Tom Lavin.
Personnel: Lowell Fulson (vocals, guitar); Tom Lavin (guitar); Dave Woodward (tenor saxophone); Bill Runge (baritone saxophone); Marty Hasselbach (trumpet); Will MacCalder (piano); Jim Byrnes (background vocals).
Liner Note Author: Duke Robillard.
||Burning/I Turned My Nights into Days CD (1998)
BILL RUNGE discography Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Includes liner notes by Richard Flohil.
In 1998, Stony Plain released Burning/I Turned My Nights into Days, which contained two complete albums -- Burning (1981, originally released on Polygram) and I Turned My Nights into Days (1987, originally released ...
||Contradictor CD (2008) |
BILL RUNGE CD discography Arranger: Jesse Zubot.
Personnel: Ndidi Onukwulu (vocals, background vocals); Steve Dawson , Paul Pigat (guitar, background vocals); Jesse Zubot (strings, background vocals); JP Carter (trumpet); Bill Runge, Derry Byrne (horns); Chris Gestrin (pump organ); Roey Shemesh, Barry Mirochnick (background vocals).
Recording information: The Factory ...
||Everywhere I Go CD (2014) |
BILL RUNGE albums Recording information: Downe Under Studios, Abbotsford, BC; McGill Schulich School of Music, Montreal, QC; Raincoast Music, Vancouver, BC.
Photographers: Ross Den Otter; Lorraine Ashdown; Julia Graff; Connie Kuhns; Shari Ulrich.
Personnel: Shari Ulrich (vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin, fiddle, harmonica, piano); Don Ross , Zac ...
||Wrong CD (1999)
BILL RUNGE music CDs debut album from Pacific Northwest-based singer/songwriter contains humorous original folk songs
Personnel: Scott Katz (vocals, acoustic guitar); Scott Katz; Katie Peterson (vocals); Steve Dawson (guitar, dobro); Lorna Brampton (cello); Christine Duncan (vocals); John Reischman (mandolin); Keith Bennett (harmonica); Bill Runge (accordion); John ...
||Band of Rebels CD (2007) |
BILL RUNGE discography The veteran Canadian punk rocker and ex-D.O.A. member Joe "Shithead" Keithley (who not only heads his own record label but also runs in local elections in his home province of British Columbia as a Green Party candidate), keeps anarchy's flame alive in ...
||Rub Harder CD (2002) |
BILL RUNGE songs The quality of an album roughly depends on material for 75 percent; the other 25 percent is pacing. Rub Harder scores a hundred. The Hard Rubber Orchestra's first CD (Cruel Yet Fair, 1998) suffered from improper inclusions, a lack of focus, and colorless sound definition. This one is so much better -- and closer to the group's live performances. The music still explores an avant funk/big-band idiom: powerful, groovy, dissonant, and most of all cleverly constructed to the point ...